Anne Hathaway’s Red Carpet Evolution, From Khakis to Couture
From her breakout roles in “The Princess Diaries” and “Ella Enchanted” to her recent performances in “Armageddon Time” and “WeCrashed,” Anne Hathaway has embarked on quite the impressive style transformation, today positioning herself as a connoisseur of all things glamour on the red carpet. With Bulgari and Versace campaigns under her belt, and a taste for other high-end, luxury labels such as Valentino, Ralph Lauren, and Armani, she is now expected to make a sartorial statement at any event she attends. Hathaway, 40, works with stylist Erin Walsh on her outfits, which have recently taken on an edgier tone thanks to touches of patent leather, shorter hemlines, and even ornamental embellishments like sequins or the beaded hood she wore to Bulgari’s high jewelry event in Venice, Italy.
Most recently, Hathaway marked her partnership with Shiseido as Vital Perfect global ambassador, and she slipped into an intricate gold vegan leather leaf paillette gown from CD Greene to mark the occasion. With a shimmering, sheer-paneled bodice that caught the light at every turn and a natural glow courtesy of makeup artist Gucci Westman, Hathaway turned heads. Her long, brown hair was swept into an elegant side part by Adir Abergel, and finishing touches came by way of strappy, minimalist gold sandals, Bulgari serpent stacking rings, and diamond-encrusted architectural earrings that cascaded from her ears just like the scale-like pattern on her dress.
Ahead, catch a glimpse of Hathaway’s recent appearance, then go back in time and admire how her looks have indicated a markedly different aesthetic through the years.